96 chevy camero convertible more money than its worth

I have a chevy nitemare gettim worse' My car was overheating and then started leaking in different places noticed the fans werent turning electrially, put in the shop explained that possible thermostate sensor,
water pump,electrial short ??? many options the were suppose to check the raidiator pressure to find leaks they said they didnt. they replaces the thermostat they said they couldnt figure out why mmy fans werent turning but i can drive it on the freeway just watch the temp then i went to pick it up next day now there was a puddle of water my raditator is cracked down the neck says proably because of the pressure from it overheating. they said they left my car idle for over an hour and didnt find no leaks Could this have damaged the raditator and more components. Please need more information on what damage could have taken place by then running my car in idle for over an hour.
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On Fri, 06 Jan 2006 02:41:03 -0500, "chevynitemare"

Go back into the repair shop and start screaming about what lousy service you are getting for your money. Call it "Unacceptable"! They should have taken the car for a test run after it was warmed up, I mean what did they think that the engine gets its hottest in idle?
I'm fricken tired of these so called repair shops/dealerships that just fix the symptoms and don't thoroughly check a vehicle out. Why should anyone pay good money (sometimes more than the tech is worth) just to be disappointed with the workmanship? Have way too much down time? Or get charged because the tech is just changing parts and is incapable of making a diagnosis? UNACCEPTABLE !!! I tells ya.
...Ron -- 68'RS Camaro 88'Formula 00'GT Mustang
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